Motivation

No Such Thing as Aspiring Writer

As we have this conversation, you and I, our garden of emotions begin to flourish. We being to plant new seeds of thoughts. We bring our mental ears closer to our hearts to listen to the beats within. We begin to experience the warmth of stories garnished with facts and experiences. We may even venture walking barefoot through the thorny pathways that lead to the light. But, most importantly, we begin to happen. We begin to realize.

How Technical Writing Makes Me a Better Fiction Writer

Write nonfiction to write better fiction. You read it right!

My Non-Work Time Activities

Last month, on one of our regular visits to a temple, my wife and I met one of her cousins. During our interaction, which mostly concerned our families, we got to know something about each of our job profiles. One of the questions during our conversation was, “What do you do when you are not working Suyog?” That was a good question because I did not have a proper list

Wabi-Sabi and Technical Communication

Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese window of perspective of the acceptance of imperfection. It centres the thought that everything in this world is imperfect, incomplete, and impermanent. And, when everything is made that way, we must strive continuously for perfection, by making it a habit to improve ourselves and everything we do. This post is a call to realize the importance of imperfection in our lives. Imperfection, which I believe is

Keep Work-Attit…

Keep Work-Attitude. Don’t Keep Working on Attitude. For all of us, the easiest way to prove that we know a lot of things is to keep our mouth shut. The lesser we talk, the more others think we know. But the trick works only if we really “know”. Likewise, a hoarding attitude will only take other’s perception of us a step further, but only we can sustain that image, by

The Absolute Knowledge of Self Discovery

The absolute knowledge of self-discovery. Each one of us is born with a vision: To create a better vision for those who will follow us. The pursuit of this vision goes through many milestones. The milestones of righteousness, self-analysis, acceptance, corrections, invention, and acknowledgment. The journey begins with righteousness. We must first learn to know the difference between the right and the wrong. No one is perfect. Not even god.

Weaknesses

Weaknesses are our greatest threats, but to have a threat is by itself the great weakness. We, all of us, are held, tied-up in strings that we invented ourselves. The strings that aren’t really there. The beads that form the strings are made-up of our “assumed” weaknesses and threats. We assume that they exist just to hold us back from all the glory. As humans, we must constantly strive towards

Attitude

Attitude is a matter of habit for some. Others, are just habitual of their attitude. I am of an opinion that you can win over any challenging situation, provided you carry the right attitude. And, no challenge is too big for you to win over if you remember the path to the right attitude. That’s your choice; the choice to walk on the thin line of attitude. Some of us

yad yad ãcarati…

yad yad ãcarati śreşţhas tat tad evetaro janaḥ sa yat pramãņaṁ kurute lokas tad anuvartate Whichever and however a great personality conducts himself common men follow; whatever he accepts as authority that and that alone certainly all the world will follow. Therefore, a leader must preach what he is taught and teach as he preaches. Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 3, Verse 21

I didn’t get to say goodbye too!

They say that if it did not end happily, then it wasn’t the end. Perhaps! This post is dedicated to all those who parted ways before greeting the others, wishing them for success and prosperity. But, I’ve some questions that are still unanswered. Read, and let me know what you think. Note: This stub contains the link to the article, which is tucked within the site. The stub is for only

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